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    Senior Member cwayman1's Avatar
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    WTB:Big Agnes Insulated AirCore sleeping pad... or something similar :)

    title says it all.

    It would be for my girlfriend. She is in need of a pad, but I might just go with the un-insulated one. any suggestions? thanks in advance!

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    clearview

    I use the big agnes clearview. Its about 23 oz. 25 x 78 x 2. 5. And its rated to 30 degrees. I have used it in the 40's no problem

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    Senior Member Greg Dunlap's Avatar
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    I used the air core in my Cross Mountain bag and had a cold backside. I put the Sleeping Giant foam in it and that solved the problem.
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